Unique donors Found47
Number of Contributions Sorted694
Total Value of Contributions$73,164,971
Ordered BySum (High to Low)
Top donors
Transactions on Record
Total Value of Contributions
1Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation41$41,074,347
2Sarah Scaife Foundation41$5,071,000
3John M. Olin Foundation64$4,310,471
4Barbara and Barre Seid Foundation8$3,132,000
5The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation121$3,085,400
6Searle Freedom Trust21$2,481,893
7Donors Capital Fund7$2,325,000
8Claude R. Lambe Charitable Foundation21$2,323,968
9Earhart Foundation161$2,219,187
10David H. Koch Charitable Foundation20$1,750,000
11The Carthage Foundation10$1,015,000
12Smith Richardson Foundation12$650,743
14Dorothy D. and Joseph A. Moller Foundation4$490,000
15Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich Foundation19$400,000
16Exxon Mobil14$390,000
17Dunn's Foundation for the Advancement of Right Thinking11$340,000
18Castle Rock Foundation7$285,000
19Atlas Economic Research Foundation7$235,960
20Armstrong Foundation20$177,500
21The Randolph Foundation5$165,000
22Lowndes Foundation2$90,018
23American Petroleum Institute2$80,000
24The Whitcomb Charitable Foundation10$53,000
25The Gordon and Mary Cain Foundation3$53,000
26American Chemistry Council1$50,000
27The Roe Foundation14$47,500
28William H. Donner Foundation1$47,500
29The Shelby Cullom Davis Foundation4$44,000
30National Rifle Association Foundation1$32,484
31JM Foundation2$29,000
32Charlotte and Walter Kohler Charitable Trust1$25,000
33Gilder Foundation6$22,500
34Institute for Humane Studies3$22,000
35CIGNA Foundation4$20,000
36Philip M. McKenna Foundation2$20,000
37Bochnowski Family Foundation1$15,000
38Judicial Education Project1$15,000
39Aequus Institute4$13,500
40Deramus Foundation1$10,000
41Neal and Jane Freeman Foundation1$10,000
42Walton Family Foundation1$10,000
43The Rodney Fund2$6,000
44John Templeton Foundation1$1,000
45The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation1$1,000
46The Vernon K. Krieble Foundation1$1,000
47Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty1$500
The contributions documented in Conservative Transparency are based on a review of publicly available filings with the Internal Revenue Service and Federal Election Commission, as well as state-level data from a variety of sources. For more information about our methodology, visit our about page.